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from baltimore south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love this is for everyone back home it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. alisyn: hundreds of protesters clashing with police. [gunshots] alisyn: this scene is in downtown los angeles. protesters reportedly throwing rocks and bottles at officers. police spokeswoman said some of the protesters may have been connected to the occupy movement. at least one officer was hurt. all this happening during l.a.'s monthly artwalk festival. bill: different kind of art, huh? president obama now reflecting what he considers to be the biggest mistake of his first term in the white house. here he is during an interview, rather, with cbn news. >> the mistake of my first couple of news was thinking that this job was just about getting the policy right. and that's important. but you know, the nature of this office is also to tell a story to the american people that gives them a sense of unity and purpose and optimism, especially during tough times. bil
is here to break it all down. martha: police in texas bringing out the big guns in the fight against violent drug cartels. casey stiegel takes a ride on the very dangerous sometimes rio grande patrol. we'll tell you what he found out when we come right back >> you've probably heard a lot about reverse mortgages lately and frankly, it may all seem just a little confusing. and if you're anything like me, you want to have all the facts before you make any big decision. that's why i want to send you this free dvd about reverse mortgages. it'll walk you through the process, from qualification to counseling to closing and also, answer some important questions. what are the costs and how do they compare to a traditional mortgage? how is the government involved? and what is your responsibility after you get your reverse mortgage? the answers are all in this free dvd. a reverse mortgage could be a smart, safe and secure option that could help you pay off your original mortgage, manage your health care costs or just cover your day-to-day expenses. so call this toll-free number and let me send
to texas to see how they are coping this morning. ♪ hi. we're spreading the word about new honey bunches of oats fruit blends and their unique taste combinations. like peach/raspberry. with one flavor in the granola bunch and one on the flake. two flavors. in harmony. honey bunches of oats. ke your day hes better. ♪ . bill: saying good-bye to the oldest general store in the united states. it is called gray's. it is in little compton, rhode island. went into business in 1788. 224 years later it is closing. it has a new owner, aged 21, inheriting the story after his father died a month ago. the new owner, the son, says he wants to be a sports journalist and will sell the property. heather: that makes me sad. sad story. severe drought in the u.s., getting even worse. take a look at this. the federal government designating another 76 counties as drought disaster areas. that brings the total amount to 1400 counties across 31 states. the lack of rainfall taking a terrible toll on american farms with crops baking in the sun. casey staying gel is live in garland, texas. i imagine pools are pre
to hit directly above the field and delayed the series finale between the texas ranger and minnesota twins. 45 minutes later it was all-clear. back into the game. bill: like a rifle shot, wasn't it? nolan ryan sat there like a frog on a rock. martha: he was under the eve there. bill: he did not move. new reports the white house extending a an invite to egypt's newly-elected president to the u.s. extremist islamic group, rather in control of a major american ally in the middle east. mohammed morsi taking oath of office after considered to be egypt's first free presidential election. this is close look at the muslim brotherhood ruling the country. they are egypt's oldest and largest islamic organization. one of their aims to be governed by islamic law or sharia law. the u.s. does not consider the muslim brotherhood a foreign terrorist organization. is president obama doing the right thing by inviting egypt's president here. kirsten powers, fox news contributor and tony sig, republican campaign consultant and national political correspondent for talk radio news service. good morning to
what that is all about. i like that. >>> first it was south carolina and then texas and then florida. now the justice department is ad it again. the new states voter i.d. law that the attorney general is now going after. we'll tell you what is going on. bill: new details on what police are find inside the apartment of this man, james holmes. the first look inside is next. t but centurylink is committed to being a different kind of communications company by continuing to help you do more and focus on the things that matter to you. ♪ atmix of the world needs a broader that's why we're supplying natural gas to generate cleaner electricity... that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal. and it's also why, with our partner in brazil, shell is producing ethanol - a biofuel made from renewable sugarcane. >>a minute, mom! let's broaden the world's energy mix. let's go. bill: all right. 23 minutes past the hour now. developing here in mechanic's newsroom, a gunman killing himself on the university of connecticut's avery point campus. officers spent hours negotiating with t
truck that left at least 11 people dead. texas police say the truck was traveling on route 59 in g goliette, texas when it veered off the road and crashed into trees. the pickup truck was severely overloaded. 23 people were crammed in it. some of the passengers are suspected of being illegal immigrants. the exact cause of the crash is still unclear. martha: big news this morning as the ncaa delivers a severe blow to penn state overt handling of the child sex-abuse scandal that played out there for so many years involving former assistant coach jerry sandusky. they have imposed penalties including a $60 million fine against the university. they've also srae vacated awful the wins from 1998 to 2011 which knocks joe paterno from the winningist coach title that he held for so long. here is the head of the ncaa from earlier this morning as they make this announcement. >> we kept for most in our thoughts the tragic damage done to the victims and their families. no matter what we do here today there is no action we can take that will remove their pain and anguish. but what we can do is im
that it is in. texas senator john cornyn is one of them. member of the senate budget committee and chairman of the national senatorial republican committee. welcome, senator. >> good morning. bill: you put out a strong statement. nothing short of baffling with senators on the democratic side. explain that. >> we believe as democrats including the president did in 2010 would slow economic growth. the last thing you want to do is depress the growth by taxing the very people we're depending upon to create the jobs and to grow us out of this, out of our doldrums. but that is exactly what our friend across the aisle have done in what is a show vote because, as you point out this bill is not going anywhere. because the house of representatives won't pass it. so, this is, this is campaigning in the halls of congress when we ought to be doing something serious about solutions. bill: here is what the president said. i want you to react to one key word. it is time for house republicans to drop their demand for one trillion dollar giveaway for wealthiest americans and give our families and small busin
convention in houston, texas expected to focus on jobs and economy. a big issue in the african-american community which is coping with an unemployment rate of more than 14% nationwide. president obama skipping that convention this year. vice president joe biden will attend in his place. martha: so another city in california has just filed for bankruptcy. this time it's san bernardino. they ran out of money when they were trying to pay their bills like so many cities around this country. san bernardino, $45 million in the hole. the city of 210,000 people is among the largest in the nation ever to declare bankruptcy. it becomes california's third city in just weeks to go broke. where is all this going to end in california? folks are not happy there. >> another city in california is going down. reorganization, whatever you say, it is bankruptcy. credit rate run down. contracts wide open. everything is open now. martha: boy, a depressing situation. charles payne of the fox business network joins me. chars, what do you make of it and how many more dominoes to fall in this game? >> o
vegas last march. it was diverted to amarillo, texas. a judge will decide if the captain will be released or should be committed to a mental health facility. martha: how about this one? the former commerce secretary who was involved in not one but two hit-and-run crashes last month will not face any charges in those cases. the l.a.p.d. said that john bryson who you see here, suffered a seizure which may have resulted in that bizarre behavior. he also had no traces of illegal drugs or alcohol in his system at the time of those crashes. bryson was forced to resign from his post after he was found unconscious in his car last month following those back-to-back accidents. gregg: all right. want to show you an implosion at the university of alabama's rose towers, built in 1969, now being replaced. take a look. can't beat a good implosion. isn't it amazing? they set up viewing areas for the public to come and watch this thing happen. and it was counted down to the exact moment. it is going to make way for a brand new residence hall at the university of alabama. martha: excellent
that. florida is saying flat-out, and texas, we're not going to be able to do this. some are waiting until after the election. bill: i think bottom line this is developing and will develop for months if not years. give you the last quick word. >> just as you said the states are waiting. many are saying what conditions are we going to have to do this? make it workable for us and doesn't look like it is for some states. bill: viewers at home that have questions for you about , e-mail address, or twitter @billhemmer. need one line, because you asked, bya. we can talk more about this late in the week. mark seeing bell in new york. martha, what is next? martha: big developments in a missouri murder mystery. a break in that case of the two sisters who vanished. bill: also the flap over u.s. olympic uniforms turning into an international incident over the beret, is it not? china is firing back. no now now why is that? >> i'm so upset i think the olympic committee should be ashamed of themselves. i think they should be embarrassed. i think she should take all the uniforms,
of the nation's busiest military training centers. texas senator kay bailey hutchison says that she does support congressional hearings to investigate these allegations at san antonio's lackland air force base. the air force base says 31 female recruits were sexually assaulted by a dozen male drill instructors since 2009. casey stiegel is looking into this for us in dallas. casey, this scandal really started to explode, hasn't it? >> reporter: yeah, martha, it really has. it was first made public a year ago when a female airman down there accused of one of her spears yors of rape. that is really when this started to unravel. once the u.s. military began looking into the matter they discovered it actually had been going on for about three years since 2009, and now a total of 12 training instructors at lackland air force base are being investigated for sexual misconduct and 31 female trainees have been identified as victims. we understand the misconduct ranging from rape to sexual inappropriateness through social media and even text-messaging. we should tell you that all us air force recruits atte
, parochial or a charter school. and some parents we spoke with at a charter school in texas yesterday tell us having that say is really invaluable. >> breaking the cycle was important because then you realize, you have a choice. you have options. you're able to go to a better school, provide a better education for yourself and for your future generation. >> reporter: in fact that woman told me she came from a low income neighborhood and if her parents didn't have options for her siblings, then they would have never probably attended college. they are now all college grads, martha. martha: a lot of success stories like that. casey, thank you very much. >> reporter: yeah. martha: casey stiegel in houston. bill: governor romney, we listened yesterday on this program delivering a bold message to the naacp saying he is the right man to help the african-american community in america. is that the right message? fair and balanced debate on his message there today. martha: plus a governor of a cash-strapped state is sick and tired of lose. his plan to cut taxes and outcompete his neighbors and that is
baltimore. south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love. this is for everyone back home. it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. what can i get you ? cheeseburger. you know what, got any salads ? b-ball, anyone ? and then take your leg wide out to the side. you can do it, dad thanks, girl i'm really proud of you, dad. make the most of your network with verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. martha: some tense moments for sure as a burglary suspect steal as police car in ohio. watch this columbus police open fire on a man suspected after he takes off in a police cruiser. the man was one of two suspects who was wanted in connection with a violent break-in at an apartment. the suspect busted after he crashed into another apartment building. oh, that is a happy scene, right? one man identified as an apartment resident was shot and killed in this situation. it is not yet known if the person who was shot and killed by the police or by the suspect. they're still working out a lot
baltimore south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love this is for everyone back home it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. >> will you veto any ledge shuge extend all the bush tax cuts even to what you call the wealthy? >> yes. the reason is we can't afford it. it will cost us a trillion dollars. martha: there you have it. president obama threatening to block any bill that would extend the bush tax rates across the board. he is determined to raise taxes for top-earning americans. he says families earning less than $250,000 deserve to keep the current tax rate we're under at the moment. i'm joined by utah senator orrin hatch who is the ranking member on the senate finance committee. good morning. nice to have you with us. >> good to be with you. martha: good to have you, sir. the president says if any bill is brought to him, this wou
am from baltimore south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love this is for everyone back home it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. gregg: a legal showdown in the state of mississippi over the state's only abortion clinic. a judge temporarily blocking a law that could have shut down the jackson women's health organization. now this law requires anybody performing abortions to be an ob/gyn with privileges to admit patients to local hospitals. such privileges can be rather hard to get and the clinic says the mandate is designed to put it out of business. the hearing is set for next week to decide whether to block the law for a longer period of time. if jackson's women's health organization closes, well, mississippi would be the only state without an abortion clinic. heather: the candidate for mexico's ex-ruling party declaring victory today following a preliminary vote count after yesterday's presidential election. who exactly are the pra? or pri? here is a little background for you. they go
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. i am from baltimore. south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love. this is for everyone back home. it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. jamie: and our coverage continues of the tragedy in colorado overnight. 18-year-old george shipera, he joins me now. he was inside the theater during the shootings in an adjacent theater. thank you so much for joining us. we're so sorry you and your sister was in yet another theater in the multiplex experienced this. how are you feeling this morning? >> good morning. i'm still shaken up. thank god me and my brother and sister were okay. jamie: were you all seeing that movie, the batman movie? >> yes, we got there about three hours earlier, just to get a good seat. and we're raul watching the same movie but we ended up slitting up in two movie theaters out of the three showings. and --. jamie: george, what was your initial reaction? i understand a number of people thought everything going on might have been part of the movie? >> yes, that's what everybody tho
and weezie. sherman hemsley. tv's george jefferson passed away at the age of 74 at his home in el paso, texas. >> [laughter]. now look at it. we can't get out of here. >> don't get excited, george. >> who is getting excited? weezie! [laughing] bill: it was ground-breaking, a sit come about an african-american businessman who made it big in the dry cleaning business in new york and moves on up from queens and upper east side in a deluxe apartment in the sky of manhattan. hemsley's character was loud, rude obsessed with money and so doggone funny. he turned george jefferson into one of the most popular characters in sitcom history. it was spin-off from a very original series, all in the family. martha: sure was. >> sherman hemsley apparently died of natural causes. as i mentioned 74 years of age. changed tv in a lot of way. >> you and i grew up in a simpler time. you probably have the same memories i do, sitting with your family and watching tv and watching those shows back-to-back. theme song, kicked in, we're moving on up to the east side. it reminds me of laughing on the floor of my family r
you exclusive report, university of texas researchers able to hack into a drone's gps system and guide it wherever they want to go. that caught the attention of house homeland security subcommittee chairman mick mechanical who is holding a hearing on it today. why is this important? because congress recently voted to open up u.s. skies broadly to drones by 2015. the unfortunately thing was before that was put to a vote in february, nobody including the chairman, knew about this potential. here is what he told me this morning. >> i was not aware of that ability until i saw your story actually. the ut austin professor happened to be from austin. it got my attention very squarely. >> reporter: you want to hear more about it? >> absolutely. for a variety of reasons including your story that's why we're having that story today. >> reporter: catherine herridge been reporting in recent days. we know 200 drones are currently flying in us air pace but jamie within five to 10 years that number could be 30,000. they could be doing everything from taking aerial photographs to delivering packages f
of justice filed suit against new laws passed in texas and south carolina claiming the laws violate the voting rights act by unfairly impacting minorities. the justice department denies the suits are politically biased and based at all. bob cusack is managing editor of "the hill." first of all, bob, voter fraud, how big of a problem, do we know how big of a problem it is? is it enough to sway the upcoming election? >> talk to republicans they say there is a major problem because you see reports of voting forms going to dogs an dead people. democrats say that is anecdotal. there is no clear proof on it. the sides are really battling over photo i.d.s. the republicans say if you are going to vote you need government issued i.d. democrats say, one in four african-americans don't have a government issued i.d. voting is right, not a privilege. but polls show that most do support that you need a photo i.d. to vote. rick: so republicans say what the department of justice is doing looking into these different laws is all about politics. as i mentioned in the inthrow, all about trying to guar
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